The cat has behavioral problems that don't endanger anyone but are annoying. My son does not pay rent. The cat belongs to him, the house belongs to me, and he gets his mail here. I have not yet decided to tell him the cat must leave but if I do I'm sure he will do anything to prevent it and he is... Read more »
I bought a house with my boyfriend and we got married the next year. Now we are separating. Our loan is behind about 3 years of payments. We filed bankruptcy a couple of years ago and we are no longer liable for the debt. The bankruptcy lawyer told us that the bank would want to foreclose on the... Read more »
We are currently in our lease for another two months and our landlord just gave us notice he will be selling the home. How much notice must the landlord/ realtor give us before showing the home? I’ve read both 12 hours and 24 hours.
I purchased a foreclosure property 1/17 and got my Certificate of Title and the mortgage company filed court papers 9/18 more than a year after and we went to mediation today and they wanted me to pay of the mortgage of $260,000. Please explain
I deposited 7K to escrow to purchase a property, with a contingency, that if denied by HOA, I wouldn't be able to purchase. I was denied by HOA, but the listing agent claimed owners wants 100% of my deposited funds to escrow.
We anticipate even though the buyer is paying cash the sale may not go through. Buying with cash is supposed to make the process easier, but we have not found that thus far, partly due to the agent, partly due to the buyer. We would like potential buyers to continue to see the house. It has been... Read more »
My ex boyfriend and I own a home in Indiana and Largo, Florida. I moved to Florida and now am a Florida resident. I moved here to get away from him. Can a court in Indiana decides what happens to our property in Florida or will it have to go to court here? He is an Indiana resident.
I purchased a condo in Florida in 1984 as a rental property. I refinanced a few times and still have a sizeable balance (but I am not underwater after many years of being in that situation). The mortage has passed many hands with over the years with a new processor about every five years, or so.... Read more »
Yes, you can sell, but will need to disclose to buyer. Often times, the county will reduce the fines if the buyer remedies the violations. I am happy to assist with the selling process. For a free phone consultation, please call 813-549-0096. Thanks Attorney Stephen Hachey
It is now titled as "tenants in common". I want him to have it when I die with out going through probate. However, I would like the option to be able to change my mind on this. Is joint tenancy the only option or will some kind of "Lady Bird" deed solve the problem?
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